In Rostov-on-don cook housing certificates for the victims of the fire

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The authorities have started preparation of documents for issuance of housing certificates affected by a large fire in the centre of Rostov-on-don, said in a statement the city administration.

A strong fire occurred in the afternoon of August 21 in a private house in the Theatre district of the descent near the main square of Rostov-on-don. The fire damaged about 120 buildings, of which about 100 are residential. For medical assistance to 58 people, nine were hospitalized. When the rubble was found the body of a man. The Commission deemed unfit for habitation 75 (163), which received damage due to an emergency.

«Currently in the list for issue of material and financial assistance included 436 people. The city administration created a Commission that defined the boundaries of the emergency area, the list of houses and owners affected by the fire. The preparation of documents to receive state housing certificates to citizens, whose premises were damaged by fire», — stated in the message.

At the moment 598 affected by the fire received 30 thousand roubles from the regional budget, 707 people received on 20 thousand rubles from the city budget.

Continue payments to survivors of Federal funds. To date, one-time financial assistance from the Federal budget (10 thousand rubles per person) has already received 369 artists. Payment in connection with the complete loss of property of the first necessity (for 100 thousand roubles from means of the Federal budget) received 123 people.

More than 2.5 million rubles paid to the relatives of the deceased men from the regional and Federal budgets. Citizens who have received fire injuries, has received 2 million rubles. The total amount of payments exceeded 52 million.